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ChrisTV 4.70

Posted on Tuesday, September 20 2005 @ 01:24:56 CEST by LSDsmurf

  • Live Preview Mode. Using this mode you will have low CPU usage and you can use deinterlace filter and FFDShow filter to improve image quality.
  • TimeShift feature using the TV card MPEG Hardware Encoder.
  • MPEG2 recording module offers access to advanced recording settings:
    • fast recording presets,
    • constant/variable video bitrate,
    • average and peak video bitrate,
    • frame size,
    • audio bitrate,
    • audio samplerate,
    • MPEG2 GOP format and size,
    • and more...
  • Video processing features, including a 3D comb filter.
  • Advanced automatic channel scan engine.
  • You can now be notified before a scheduler task takes place with balloon hints. You can choose to display scheduler task information : task name, channel name, duration, recording mode
  • Optimized support of FFDShow filter for software capture devices.
  • Improved detection of TV Cards with MPEG2 Hardware Encoder.
  • Optimized the TVgenial support in ChrisTV.
  • Fixed the teletext initializing problem when using Windows XP or DirectX 9 in other language than English.
  • Improved and optimized the Timeshift buffering engine for some capture devices.
  • Fixed some recording settings for blackbird TV cards.
  • Other small fixes and improvements.

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